ALAMEDA, Calif. -- Having "clinched" fourth place in the AFC West, the list of Oakland Raiders' road opponents for the 2014 season is now set.
The Raiders will travel to play the Cleveland Browns next season as the Browns have also clinched a last-place finish in their division, the AFC North. Coming into this season, the schedule-makers had the Raiders traveling to play at the team from the AFC North which finishes in the same place in their division.
The Raiders (4-10) are three games behind the third-place San Diego Chargers with two games to play, while the Browns (4-10) are two back of the Pittsburgh Steelers, who own a tiebreaker over Cleveland, per ESPN Stats & Info.
As such, Oakland will travel next season to play at the Chargers, the Denver Broncos, the Kansas City Chiefs, the Seattle Seahawks, the St. Louis Rams, the New England Patriots, the New York Jets and the Browns.
And while the schedule will be announced in April, it is already known that the Raiders will also play a "home" game in London, England, on Sept. 28 against the Miami Dolphins.